I’m a bit late to getting this blog ready for the next era. But there is no time like now to get started.
First, and frankly forced by Google for reasons I am not clear, this site is no longer insecure. That’s right, CogDogBlog is fully safe, even for cockroach spammers like Glen to have an encrypted experience.
This step was easy; I had already used Reclaim Hosting’s Let’s Encrypt service for create a certificate for cogdogblog.com (another subdomain required it), and a test of loading this blog as
To make all URLs redirect from http://cogdoblog.com to https://cogdogblog.com and fix any internal references to content loaded over http:// (e.g. embedded images), I installed and activated the Force HTTPS (SSL Redirect & Fix Insecure Content) plugin.
Now, on to this Gutenberg thing.
I’ve been a bit heads in the sand, deal with this later, but it seems relevant to try it out first here, do I can start to figure out the implications for my other sites and themes. In theory, all old content should work. And it should be an opportunity for sites, to have a different editing capability.
I gotta get my Gutenberg Block thinking hat on.
I quote, therefore I am. Okay, this is a new block. And it’s cool you get a citation entry below. But how will my theme deal with it?
— some dude no one knows.
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Maybe this will be okay. It’s different for sure. But there’s no use being nostalgic for the old editor.
Hang on, we are going for a ride!